Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice

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Last Friday The Momental Girls broke out of the studio and spent the day with the crazy talented Daniel Lanton of Darker Shades of Brown Photography. Daniel has a great eye for color and contrast and this is exactly what drew me to his work. Daniel blogs his super moody, artistic work nearly every day – so be sure to take a look. Just like myself, he works with more clients outside of his hometown and loves meeting new people. We loved meeting this super guy and really connected with his zany personality and laid back style. He is a true artist and seems to capture the spirit of everyone in front of his lens.

So when I first spoke to Daniel, I said words like colorful, artistic, spirited…I think this shot captures my words precisely. From left, Steph, Joy, Linda, Kelley, Kristy (me) and Jessica.


For most of the day we had the permission of Edward’s Landscaping in Forty Fort, PA to roam their grounds and essentially do as we please. There were stunning rose hedges in bloom…

So what are we doing here – Me with my handy watercolor palette and a bit of attitude, serious and silly b&w shots from Kelley and Steph, Mom in a serene pose amongst the roses and greens and Jess striking a pose with her latest invitation creation.


Harry the hairless, our trusted studio mascot.

I love this shot of Steph !



I wanted fun, not so traditional head shots that communicated just how much fun we have at the studio – thanks Daniel for making it happen!!!!

Last but not least, a HUGE thanks to Angie and her team at Sapphire Salon in Pittston, PA. The hair and makeup was a hit – we looked fab because of you!

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